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St. Andrew's Heritage Centre
Located in the St. Andrew's Rectory, 374 River Road
St. Andrew's MB  R1A 2Y1

Region: Interlake
Primary Phone: 204-339-6396
Secondary Phone: 866-738-2264
Email: Email Now
Website: www.standrewsrectory.ca

Admission: By Donation

Regular Hours:
Tuesday to Sunday 10am-5pm *Days and hours subject to change

Off Season Hours:
Tuesday to Sunday 10am-5pm Tours and rentals – 1-866-738-2264

About the Museum:

St. Andrew's Rectory, or parsonage, was completed on December 29, 1854 as a home for the minister of St. Andrews Anglican Church. The Rectory was designated as a national historic site in 1962 as an excellent example of mid-19th century Red River architecture.

The Rectory features exhibits about Red River architecture, the roles of the Church Missionary Society and the Church of England in the settlement of the Red River, as well as many kitchen, household and personal artifacts.

Now offering an online Gift Shop! Shop unique and one of a kind items for friends and family! Click here to shop!

Museum Events:

Winter Programs - January

Make and Take Crafternoon - January 8 13:00-16:00
Pour Your Art Out - January 15 13:00-15:00
2022 Community Art Show Grand Opening - January 22 15:00-17:00
Colour Your World - January 29 13:00-15:00

Special Events December-March

Artefact Blog - Bi-weekly blog post
Parlour Performances - available on Youtube
 
Visit our website for upcoming events and activities.

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Virtual Tour: https://www.standrewsrectory.ca/virtual-exhibit/

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The Association of Manitoba Museums acknowledges that we are on Treaty 1 territory and the land on which we gather is the traditional territory of Anishinaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene Peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation.